Abstract Submission

Abstract submission is now closed.

Authors are kindly invited to submit maximum 300 word abstracts no later than 6th September, 2023 through the online submission system.
Title of your abstract: not more than 75 characters
Authors will be notified the acceptance of their abstracts in hte first week of October, 2023.

Topics of Interest
All major aspects of bridge maintenance, safety, management, digitalisation and sustainability will be addressed at IABMAS 2024. The state of the art as well as emerging concepts and innovative applications will be considered. Papers on theories, methods, algorithms, and applications are all welcome. The Conference will focus on the following topics in general but not limited. Mini symposia or special sessions are organized for covering some specific topics; please check at “Program-Mini symposia” and “Program-Special sessions" . When submitting abstract for this, please indicate which symposium or sessions the abstract belongs to.

Please submit you abstract in one of 3 categories:

Mini Symposium - see more here: https://iabmas2024.dk/technical-programme/mini-symposia

Special Session - see more here: https://iabmas2024.dk/technical-programme/special-session

General session - see more here: https://iabmas2024.dk/technical-programme/general-sessions 

    • Maintenance strategies
    • Inspection and diagnostic
    • Health monitoring
    • Non-destructive testing
    • Field testing
    • Historical and Old Bridges
    • Application of new tools (e.g. augmented and virtual reality, digital twins, artificial intelligence, unmanned aerial vehicles UAV)
    • Safety and serviceability
    • Assessment and evaluation
    • Damage identification
    • Deterioration modelling
    • Repair and retrofitting strategy
    • Bridge reliability
    • Bridge robustness and resilience
    • Fatigue and corrosion
    • Extreme loads (e.g. earthquake, fire, blast)
    • Climate change (e.g. floods, hurricanes, waves, tsunamis)
    • Advanced experimental simulation
    • Advanced computer simulation
    • Bridge codes
    • Heavy vehicle and load models
    • Bridge management systems
    • Prediction of the future traffic demands
    • Service life considerations and predictions
    • Life extension
    • Sustainability and life-cycle assessments
    • Digitalisation in bridge management
    • Application of big data for decision making
    • Structural System Identification


The official language of the Conference is English. The “Conference Proceedings” will be published.